I did some freelance work for Droga5 once and I have to say everything said in this film is one hundred percent true. This story is so touching and makes you realise this world ain’t such a bad place after all. Cue fuzzy feeling.
A director from Los Angeles, Douglas Burgdorff’s work can be described as raw, morbid and shocking. You should be looking away and squirming like the first time you watched one of the ‘saw films’. The majority of it is not safe for work but this guy’s work is almost worth losing your job over.
It’s hard to come up with anything to say about this film. You sit there after viewing knowing that any time in your life that your heart rate shot up and adrenaline started pumping round your body was just a walk in the park for these guys.
A Work in Progress is a web series designed to tell the tales of passionate creatives or craftsmen that are always looking to perfect their skills and go the extra mile. This episode tells the story of Paul Mckinnon, an Australian bike and car builder.
Jake Terrey’s film clip for Bon Chat Bon Rat has to be one of my favourite music videos at the moment and it’s not just because I’m a pyromaniac. All the visual elements of this clip work together almost too perfectly. The video doesn’t get carried away with narrative, which is great. It’s just some […]
I’ve been familiar with Absorb for only a short time but I’m constantly impressed. They conceptualise, produce and deliver fashion films and photo-shoots with the aim of challenging the current creative status of editorial content.
This is the first in a series of short videos of my time exploring Japan. Each one is pinned to a certain theme. I put off starting this for a while because I wanted to create something more than a typical travel video. Rather than bore people with something too long, I plan to let […]
There’s something satisfying about wandering through folders of documentary photography, staring at images of places you’d rather be. There’s also something depressing about it as well because that’s the moment you realise you’re broke and your dreams of travel are just that. And you suck at photography. Andrew S Cameron is the cause of this. I’ll let it slide this time because I’m about to embark on another journey through your photographs.
This is an amazing concept based on the fact that, through the covers of vinyls and CDs, we are able to listen to music with our eyes. I’ve definitely caught myself in similar situations when buying CDs or records. Every album cover was designed and printed for the project and shot in one take. Hard […]